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CO2: Different interpretation of the same data

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From the complex topic, fundamental and com-prehensible arguments are selected and pre-sented so that the effect of atmospheric CO2concentration on balance in troposphere can be clearly evaluated. Presentation of relative values as used in the last report of an accredited scien-tific authority, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), leads to considerable overestimation of the real situation. We docu-ment that the outcomes from this report of IPCC are provably false. Using a simple calculation, it is possible to demonstrate that the elevating of CO2 concentration does not cause the global warming in a degree that is expected basing on the report.

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Kurc, L. and Kurc, J. (2011) CO2: Different interpretation of the same data. Natural Science, 3, 456-458. doi: 10.4236/ns.2011.36062.

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